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treatment which is the full treatment to the plant. we don't have the capacity to do that. that new standard came about a year ago. and we are working with epa and the understanding we don't have the ability to do that. >> reporter: because? >> $3 billion. >> reporter: 3 billion. >> somebody is going to pay for it. >> reporter: baykeeper, the state of california and the epa successfully sued nine bay area cities to get the work done. last year, bay keeper tracked three storm-related sewage spills that totaled more than 150 million gallons. >> there's not supposed to be rainwater in the sewage pipes. they are so broken up from earthquakes, from roots, from time. when get that done, the rainwater will stay out and we won't have any other big wet weather sewage overflows. >> reporter: it is a priority for the public. >> we need to take care of things that have to be taken care of. >> reporter: they are working with some of the cities to fix the bad pipes a job that's just
beginning. >> he fix part of the pipes in some community -- we fix part of pipes in some communities, and they fix othe parts. >> reporter: it could take 20 to 30 years to complete the work so that we can be assured that no sewage leaks into the bay. it's going to take a long time. baykeeper says it will continue to monitor the situation and say the steps have to step it up. >> we are going to get a lot of rain before that happens. thanks, linda yee. ann notarangelo is in lafayette. have some homeowners living in a construction zone. >> reporter: yes. crews were here last night and tonight and working nonstop to repair a water line. as for the road that was washed away, it could be weeks if not months before it's fixed. >> sounds like big bang. it's awful. >> i go oh!! i don't dire go out.
i just feel like earthquake all the time. >> reporter: it's unnerving to seat road missing. as we talked in their living room their house shook as huge chunks of road were load need trucks. their front yard will be a construction site for months. they worry about their own home. >> we worry will the foundation of the house. might go under or something. >> we're 70 years old and this is the only house we have. [ crying ] >> reporter: yesterday the rains why too much for lafayette creek. logs, branches, debris and a chest of drawers piled up against this trash rack blocking the culvert and the banks overflowed. >> so the water had nowhere to go but over the top of the road and the volume was so hev say there it just eroded the road. >> reporter: jack lived down the street since 1949 and remembers flooding in 1957. >> water came floating through here. it went in the houses and
garages and everywhere. >> reporter: the city manager said in 1997 they saw flooding again and put in a trash rack to solve the problem. now they will consider building a bigger one or a bigger culvert but first they have to get through the winter. >> so we are going to put a temporary storm drain in while we develop a permanent fix. >> this sinkhole is massive. 80 feet long, 40 feet wide and 15 feet deep. a gas line, two water lines and a sewer line are under the road. a handful of customers are getting water through hoses and the sewer like is temporarily running above ground. a city manager says they need dry weather to permanently fix the flooding issue and rebuild the road. >> probably install that in spring or summer. there's going to be a hole in the ground here for a long time. and mountain view drive is going to be closed. >> reporter: the people on the other side of the road are not
cut off from civil vegas. there is a detour that adds a block and a half for them to drive. it will be here for some time. that's not the only long- term closure. in the santa cruz mountains a whole section of hillside slide away taking a scotts valley roadway with it. vine hill road is now shut down near the highway 17 summit. and no word on how long repairs on that will take. taking a look now at a pothole problem in pittsburg. pothole on highway 4 flattened dozens of tires before crews got out there and repaired it yesterday. and classes at this school in fairfax were canceled today because of flooding. crews spent the day clearing rainwater and mud from white hill middle school and they tell us it will reopen tomorrow. more than 1500 pg&e customers don't have power
tonight. strong winds knocked down trees and power lines. crews restored electricity to 99% of those affected. right now more than 2700 customers are without power. >> i just got back from marin county. we had the same problem there. a lot of trees coming down. we have that picked up so i'm back at my regular yard out of antioch. >> pg&e hopes to have power restored to everyone by tomorrow morning. and we are not out of the woods yet. chief meteorologist paul deanno with the next system coming in and new text nothing that will help us better understand the storms. >> perfect timing from the weather. we'll have more on that in a second. let's look at the rainfall that we received. we got a month's worth of rainfall, a december's worth of rainfall, in san francisco, in just five days. we averaged 4.0" in december and we received 4.08."
other areas napa 10" of rain, kentfield nearly 10." 7.5" for danville. not completely rain-free. it's not going to be a flood producer. it's not going to be anything compared to what we had over the weekend but there is some rain being tracked now on hi- def doppler that will arrive tomorrow. perfect timin. the national weather service talked about atmospheric rivers today. we call them the pineapple express storms. they are going to set up four different monitoring sites in california one of them in bodega bay the first one that opened up today. they are going to measure low level winds, relative humidity and soil moisture and here's the benefit to you. >> we have announced the development of a new system for measuring atmosphere ever rivers as they hit california. the injured to help science and forecast these storms like we just saw the last couple of days. >> and the benefit for ought home especially if you live near a river betting flood forecasts and also snow versus rain forecast to be able to pinpoint that snow level all of that beginning today right here in california. full forecast in a few minutes. >> good stuff, paul. thank you. and you can track the rain
anytime with our live hi-def doppler radar. it's on our website, cbssf.com/weather. well, it's one of the biggest freshman classes of state lawmakers since the 1930s. today 39 new members of the state assembly took the oath of office. cbs 5 political reporter grace lee in sacramento tonight with that. grace. >> reporter: well, allen, the senate class is also sworn in today. they had 9 new members but most of them have had experience in the assembly and that's really unlike this new assembly class that we are seeing a lot of inexperienced freshmen as you mentioned. despite that and maybe because of that the atmosphere here today at the capital is actually very hopeful and excited. a lot like the first day of school. >> members elect raise your right hands and repeat after me. >> reporter: with that, california's new assembly was sworn in today with democrats dominating with 55 of the 80 members. families with young children crowded the floor with the rest
of the family often waving on from up above. freshmen assemblyman frank bigelow from madera county said he was humbled by the whole process. >> yesterday i was slogging in the mud feeding cows and today here i am being sworn in as a representative of the people of the state of california. >> reporter: with the largest freshman class since 1934, the first couple of years could be rocky with so many lacking experience. even senate president darrell steinberg says it took him a while when he was elected in 1998. >> i didn't really learn how to be a legislator until my fifth or sixth year in the assembly. that's how long it took me until i really understood it, understood the relationship between the two houses, the executive branch, all the nuances that make you more effective. >> reporter: but the newest members argue their new perspective is exactly what will make them a better class, freshman with a fresh perspective. >> i think class has a special
opportunity here to -- historically one of the largest classes in decades and think we all take that seriously. >> i think everybody has every right to be skeptical and we need to demonstrate to the voters and to the people where their money is going to be more transparent and open and accountable. >> reporter: while democrats have a supermajority in both houses, there was bipartisan agreement on their focus for the next two years. >> what would be that? >> jobs. more jobs. >> reporter: how will you accomplish that? >> less regulations and freeing up the businesspeople's ability to hire. >> reporter: there are a couple of other big issues that the legislature will have t deal with. one is the affordable care act. they have to deal with the implementation of that. so the speaker of the assembly today said they will have a special session in january to deal with that. also, even though the economic outlook of california is much better than we have seen in years according to legislative analysts office, we are still looking at about a billion- dollar deficit for the 2013-14
year so a lot of challenges with a lot of inexperienced people so we'll see how they deal with it very soon. >> i'm sure voters would like to see some things get done. but time will tell. thank you, grace. the u.s. supreme court is keeping the political world in suspense over the issue of gay marriage. justices once again did not decide today that they will take up the case. they will meet again friday to determine which petitions they will hear next year. >> it's like well we have so many cases on the docket let's just nut off until next week. no big deal and that's what happened. so it's really the dog that didn't park. it's a case that hasn't been resolved yet and we are just waiting. >> here's what's at stake. if the court denies a review, marriages could start in days. otherwise the status quo maintains until the appeal plays out. the bizarre tactic john
mcafee said he used to evade authorities when left belize. i'm len ramirez in san jose where there was another murder over the weekend pushing san jose's homicide rate to a 20 year high. just ahead what san jose officers say they are no longer doing that could help prevent further violence. >> how muni is changing course for the central subway. how the proposed new path is paved by politics. ,, ,,,,
founder john mc- afee is mag headlines after blogging abt his latest escape. mc-afee claims he eluded bee authorities by distracting m founder of mcafee john mcafee is making headlines after blogging about his latest escape. he claims he eluded belize authorities by distracting them with a body double. he was wanted for murder. the violent death of a san
jose teenager brought the city's homicide rate to a 20- year high. police found the body of the teenager on pacific avenue late friday night. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez asked the mayor what is going on. len. >> reporter: no one really seems to know the answer to that question. but with every new homicide here in san jose, it seems to ratchet up the pressure between the mayor's office and the police union and as you said another young man is dead. family and friends of the slain teenager washed cars to rain money for the funeral. 17-year-old daniel capetillo was shot near his home on pacific avenue in an apparent gang-related killing. >> he was a good kid. i miss him so much. >> reporter: neighbors say the murder is part of an overall increase of crime in the area. >> we have had a lot of break- ins and robberies, homicide, things you don't normally see around this time of year.
>> one homicide is too many and 43 is quite high. >> reporter: san jose mayor chuck reed says he doesn't know why the murder rate is so high tying a 20 year high. >> we need to respond and our department has one of the best clearance rates of any police department in the country. and we will bring the rate down again. >> reporter: he denied allegations from the police union that the rise in crime is a direct result of pension reform measures pushed by the mayor. union officers say cutbacks, layoffs and dismantling the a crime team means officers are moving from call to call during shifts and cut down on pro active policing. officer initiated car and pedestrian stops are down by more than 100,000 since pension reform measures took effect. >> we don't get to contact the gang members and hunt down the crews breaking into houses. he would don't have a full-time gang unit. we don't have the other pro- active units that do that. a big parts of our success
against crime is pro activity. we are now reactive. >> reporter: so 43 murders in san jose is the 20-year high, dana. it would take another 10 homicides, no one wants to see that, but the record was set in 1991 with 53 homicides. >> let's not get there. len, thank you. checking bay area headlines, two chp officers suffered minor injuries after this. their patrol car flipped during a chase in livermore. it happened around 4 a.m. on eastbound 580 near altamont pass road. the driver and passenger of the speeding car were eventually arrested near stockton. and another chase this one started in san jose and ended in oakland. chp officers wanted to stop the car because it didn't have its headlights on. at times, they reached speeds of 90 miles an hour and finally used a spike strip to stop that driver. he was arrested for recklessly evading police officers. two of the three
firefighters hurt while responding to a crash in orinda are out of the hospital tonight. they were helping victims involved in one car crash along highway 24 yesterday when another car crashed into them. two of the firefighters suffered broken bones. the other had a concussion. muni is trying to make the central subway's biggest skeptics its newest allies. it plans to do so by extending the railways. cbs 5 reporter phil matier with the new strategy for the central subway. phil. >> reporter: that's right, dana. that's a good point. one of the ways to get people on board with this central subway, well, how about giving them a subway stop? here's the story. >> if we looked at the future of the city of san francisco it would make sense. >> reporter: that was the muni chief ed reiskin saying why he proposes to move the sway from chinatown to this abandoned theater in north beach. >> it would be great for north beach. it's an important neighborhood for the city. it would be great for the city.
>> reporter: it would also be good politics. you see, the subway was going to stop here in chinatown. but to get all the equipment in and out to build it, they would have to keep boring on down the street to north beach and pull all the machinery out by digging a big pitch here at this intersection. >> it's going to disrupt the whole neighborhood and damage business. >> reporter: so the feeling was, chinatown gets the subway station and north beach gets the shaft. >> i've heard that phrase. now, i think they raised a very legitimate point. records and those concerns including threatened lawsuits and a lot of heat aimed at city hall. but by giving north beach a pete's of the subway deal, folks are at least taking a second look at the idea. >> they are proposing 1500 people per hour to be dropped off into the neighborhood. why wouldn't it make sense? >> it depends how they put it together. >> reporter: deals like this don't come cheap. a north beach stop could cost the project $500 million to $1 billion extra. and at this point, no one is really sure where the money is
going to come from. so the squeaky wheel is getting the grease. >> we're being responsible and responsive public servants just as you would like us to be. >> reporter: well, they are certainly being responsive and by the way, if they do get it here, they are going to not stop here. there's already talk about extending the subway to fisherman's wharf. so just keep your eyes on this plan. it's expanding fast. >> so is that half a billion dollars to a billion before the cost overruns or after, phil? >> reporter: i'm the cynic around here. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that's before the overruns. >> we'll see. all right. phil matier, thank you. all right. meteorologist paul deanno is ready and rain is coming but this time just rain. >> just plain rain not storm number 4. we had a little overrun of rainfall this weekend and you had issues. we had a lot of issues around
the bay area, wind, rain, flooding. san jose is nice and calm just cloudy outside right now. south bay a beautiful shot there. the background the embarcadero center lit up beautifully for the holiday season. these are highs. >> next weathermaker sitting right off the sonoma and marin coastline. i wouldn't be surprised if you got light showers coming up tonight. the rest of us from the peninsula southward will stay mainly dry. there will be showers. no additional flooding on the 101 corridor. st. helena flirted with flooding over the weekend. here's a picture from the presidio trail where there's a sinkhole and we have a sign saying, please keep out. it's not safe. the trail is closed. despite that our photographer
caught plenty of people using the trail despite it's bumpy after the rain. here's the setup in the atmosphere why i'm not worried about additional flooding this time. there's an area of high pressure building in just in time to take this next weathermaker and shove it just far enough to the north to keep the heavy rain way from us. the storm track is going farther north and this next weather system really isn't as strong, isn't as juicy as the last several so for all of that reason heavy rainfall will stay away from the bay area. we'll get some rain but not flooding rain from this particular system moving in tonight and tomorrow. so showers return for everybody by tomorrow evening. we'll have hit or miss rainfall during the day on wednesday. but flooding will not be a concern. so rain yes. flooding, no. highs tomorrow right around 60 degrees for san francisco. livermore 63. still a couple of degrees above average. oakland 62. san jose your high tomorrow 63 degrees. it will be cloudy with showers in the afternoon. wednesday wet with just some rainfall out there and after that we'll dry out for a while thursday all the way through the weekend and top of next week. highs in the low to mid-60s,
partly to mostly sunny. but five days of dry weather starting thursday. that is your cbs 5 forecast. >> thank you. the most expensive house in a bay area city could finally have a buyer. the selling price for the san francisco mansion that, oh, by the way is a fixer upper. and more than a month after the giants clinched the title, how a world series bet is finally being settled. ,, ,,,,,,,,
reaped the rewards of the gs world series victory. ing came to it's a month overdue but san francisco mayor ed lee finally reaped the rewards of the giants world series victory. detroit mayor bing came to san francisco today to make good on his wager. they toured at&t park with 25 young people involved in the junior giants baseball program. >> we want the young kids to know how important they are to
the city whether it's detroit or san francisco. these kids a lot of people forget about them. they need a lot of athletes are their idols and we want to make sure we're doing the right thing for them. >> he is a former athletic idol from the pistons. long time ago. both mayors also took a tour of two san francisco businesses including twitter. >> at least he didn't make him sweep the streets because we swept the tigers. >> oh,. it can be san francisco's most expensive sale of the year. looks like somebody made an offer for a $34 million mansion on broadway. cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman gives us a look inside. >> reporter: the rich are just like you and me, they have a $133,000 a month mortgage. >> it started at 55 million. it's now -- they have reduced it. it's had a few offers on it. it's now in contract. >> reporter: the realtor gale bruno knows about such things. she sells houses like this one
although not this one. 2901 broadway which was reduced quite a bit to roughly $34 million. still, it is san francisco's most expensive piece of real estate. >> this is a small house considering the -- but it's really prominent. the vows are extraordinary. you feel like you're on top of the mountain. you're king of the hill. >> reporter: small for the block. 7,000 square feet, eight bedrooms, 7.5 baths, and balconies you can do shakespeare off of. it is a fixer upper. it's going to need millions in repairs. >> it would be fun to be invited to a ball. seems like they should have ballroom dancing. >> reporter: these two tourists would need an invite from the owners if the deal goes through. we don't know who it is. somebody rich. they were sightseeing along what's known as the gold coast, billionaire's row. >> if it's billionaire's row and it goes for 34 million, it
would be a steal. >> the consumer is doing at the very top level is, you know, the "fiscal cliff" doesn't seem to be apparently an issue for them. >> reporter: a potential change in capital gains taxes coming up, maybe that was the driving force for the sale this time. or not. the rich may be just like you and me. they just have enough money not to care about such things. mike sugerman, cbs 5. well, for the rest of us, coming up in the next half hour, the "fiscal cliff." it's staring in the face of washington. with less than a month until the deadline, why president obama is spending time on twitter. >> the new evidence linking brain damage to repeated concussions. why a bay area doctor says it's still too early to ban tackle football for kids. i'm delighted for them. i'm sure they will make absolutely brilliant parents. >> the royal couple is expecting. why kate though is in the hospital and will be for several days. ,,,,,,
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story out of san francisco. rescue crews have pulled a person in a wheelchair from under a muni trolley. theser ve pictures from we have a developing story out of san francisco. rescue crews have pulled a person in a wheelchair from under a muni trolley. we are seeing live pictures from market and church streets. this accident happened around 5:30. witnesses say the streetcar hit
the woman and dragged her about 150 feet. it took minutes to free her. her leg was badly injured. it not clear how this happened. and there are major delays on the f line. and making matters worse, signal issues are causing major delays throughout the muni metro system. >> washington is driving to the "fiscal cliff" and with 29 days left there is a stalemate. the white house is rejecting the latest republican offer. danielle nottingham is showing us how president obama is turning to social media. >> reporter: working to win public support for his tax and spend proposing, president obama answered "fiscal cliff" questions on twitter monday. one twitter follower asked, why won't keeping tax rates low across the board encourage more hires and tax revenue?
the president replied high-end tax cuts would cost almost $1 trillion while extending middle class cuts will produce growth. if there is no compromise all tax go up and spending will be slashed including cuts to the defense budget. defense contractors gathered in washington monday to discuss the consequences. david language staff is ceo of task a company that develops aviation systems and software for intelligence agencies. >> but i think it's very bad for national security because companies cannot plan. >> republicans sent the president a counterproposal monday afternoon. it includes more than $2 trillion in budget savings and extends tax cuts for all americans. >> us this far republicans have been adamant that rates shouldn't go up on the top 2% wealthiest americans. well, the american people overwhelmingly
disagree. >> in addition to using social media the president has been use meetings. tuesday he welcomes governors from both sides of the aisle. danielle nottingham cbs 5. president obama has a warning for syria's government. go after your people with chemical weapons and you will face serious consequences. >> the word is watching. the use of chemical weapons is and would be totally unacceptable. and if you make the tragic mistake of using these weapons, there will be consequences and you will be held accountable. >> u.s. intelligence suggests the assad regime may be planning sarin gas attacks against rebel forces. the lethal nerve agent is 500 times deadlier than cyanide. the syrian foreign ministry denies the reports. a highway tunnel that collapsed and killed nine people in japan over the weekend reportedly passed
safety checks just a few months ago. several cars were crushed when a section of concrete longer than a football field came crashing down sunday in the tunnel west of tokyo. inspectors believe loose bolts may be to blame. japan has now ordered emergency inspections of highway tunnels across the country. two mexican nationals have been charge with killing a u.s. coast guards man. they have been were suspected of smuggling drugs off the california coast yesterday. they rammed the coast guard boat killing 34-year-old chief petty officer terrell horne who leaves behind a child and a pregnant wife. >> he allowed me to have someone to look up to. he was a man of honor. i was proud to call him chief. >> another u.s. coast guardsman suffered minor injuries in the crash. the most extensive examination to date of the
deceased athletes' brains shows that most had signs of brain damage after suffering repeated head injuries. as concerns mount over the dangers of head injuries, dr. kim mulvihill asks, is it time to ban tackle football for young children? >> didn't really take it right or left... >> reporter: during a november 11 game against st. louis, 49ers quarterback alex smith complained of blurred vision. the diagnosis, concussion. a new study links repeated concussions to permanent brain injury. researchers studied the autopsy of 58 85 brain donors and found a high percentage that has a disease like alzheimer's with repetitive head injuries. >> there is cause for concern but not cause for alarm. >> reporter: dr. jeffrey manley is chief of neurosurgery at san francisco general hospital and an expert in traumatic brain injury. >> the brain isn't like every other organ in the body. while there is ability to repair and plasticity, once neurons die they never come back.
>> reporter: we have a lot to learn about concussion. we don't know how many it takes to cause trouble or if there are predisposing factors. concussions in one person may not be like concussions in another. so as some call for banning tackle football for younger children, manley says not so fast. >> i think it would be a rush to judgment to say stop kids from playing collision sports. we need to make sure that coaches are well trained, that kids are really instructed on how to have heads up play and really hit with the shoulders and not with the head. so i don't think it's time to bury football. >> reporter: it's not just football. concussion happens in all sports. saint ignatius high school in san francisco has just started monitoring all boys and girls playing soccer, lacrosse and football. they are tested before the season starts and retested anytime there's an incident. the results help determine when it's safe to return to play. dr. kim mulvihill, cbs 5. it is one of the first
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billion-dollars to the mexin yellow pages in a bizarre lawsuit. well, a judge is saying that yahoo has to fork over $2.7 billion to the mexican yellow pages in a bizarre lawsuit. the dispute dates back to a 2003 dell in which yahoo was planning to print a yellow pages listing of businesses and phone numbers in mexico. details on the deal are sketchy but the plaintiff sued yahoo for breach of contract. if the ruling stands it would be one of the first major challenges faced by ceo marisa maher who took the helm at yahoo in giant. they stand to lose 35% of their cash.
the storms that blew through the bay area brought down a lot of trees, and that's a hard lesson for homeowners who are cleaning up today. cbs 5 consumerwatch report offer julie watts explains, your insurance doesn't always cover falling trees. >> reporter: it's something many are likely learning following the weekend storm. we received photos from across the bay area of downtown trees on homes and cars. and they provided pretty clear example of what's covered and what's not. for instance, this one from san mateo is a good example of what is covered. homeowners insurance will pay for tree damage to your home, its contents and other structures on the property whether the tree was on your property or your neighbor's. but when it comes it paying for tree removal in cases like this, you might be on your own. if a fallen tree doesn't damage your home, insurance will generally only pay to remove it if it's blocking a driveway. insurance advocates warn depending on your deductible it
may not be worth it to file a claim at all. >> when you file a claim you will be looking at a situation does it meet your deductible. if your deductible is $1,000 and you have a $12,000 bill, are you going to file a claim for $200? probably not. >> reporter: if the tree falls from your neighbor's property their insurance may cover your deductible. tree damage on cars is covered by your auto comprehensive coverage policy. most insurance does not cover damage from water or wind. if you have a consumer question call us at 1-888-5-helps-u. the royal couple is expecting a baby. the rare condition though putting the duchess in the hospital for days. >> rainfall totals in double digits for some of you over the weekend. that's another weather system head our way. look at the clouds off to the south and west and rain to the
kate, are expecting a baby. isn't just a first this is the news royal watchers have been expecting since the i dos. prince william and his wife kate are expecting a baby. >> awww. but the child isn't just a first for the duke and duchess. cbs reporter tina kraus explains the tiny royal could be a trailblazer for the entire family. >> reporter: prince william left a london hospital where he spent the day at his wife's side. palace officials confirmed the duchess of cambridge is almost 12 weeks pregnant. she is being treated for a severe form of morning sickness. but news a baby is on the way is cheering up kate's hometown fans. >> wow, what a thing for the country and the world really because these royals are our future. >> reporter: just days ago she was playing hockey in heels at the elementary school she attended. last week the duke and duchess received their first baby visit
on a visit to cambridge. will and kate made no secret about their desire to start a family even before their royal wedding a year and a half ago. >> i'm delighted for them. they will make brilliant parents. >> reporter: the duchess is expected to spend several days at king edward vii in london. the condition is rare but treatable. >> severe dehydration and weight loss is associated with that so the best thing to do is to get fluids back into your body. >> reporter: there's been a lot of speculation about a royal bump, as brits call it. the press has been watching kate closely for clues. the only noticeable change is her new hairstyle darker locks and shorter bangs it's too early to know if kate is expecting a boy or girl. either way the child could one day be britain's king or queen. tina kraus, cbs news, london.
we'll be hearing a lot about that child in the coming weeks. here we go. weather time now. we have a beautiful shot of san francisco on a calm monday evening. boy was it not calm yesterday morning. winds howling 50 to 60 miles per hour rain heavy at times widespread flooding on streets and tonight just a whole truckload of nothing. livermore 54 degrees. san francisco 56. cooling off even with cloudy conditions santa rosa 54. and oakland right now 57. hi-def doppler is now showing a couple of very light showers moving onshore out to point reyes, santa rosa and healdsburg. you may get showers tonight and we'll be watching those showers moving in tomorrow especially and then also on wednesday. notice i'm saying showers and not rain. there's a reason for that. showers are just kind of intermitten not that heavy. rain is what you had yesterday and last friday and wednesday.
i'm not expecting that this time. the atmosphere doesn't have as much water in it for this storm. an area of high pressure is building in off the southern california coastline taking the storm track, aimed right at us and moving it hundreds of miles to the north. very key because even an indirect hit makes a big change and we are not going to see that much rain from this particular system. so will we see rainfall? will all of us get more rain? we will starting tomorrow through wednesday but will it be a flood maker? no. heavy rainfall will stay away from this system. it's not another tropical weathermaker like we've seen. showers back for everybody tomorrow afternoon some of you tonight. on-and-off rain on wednesday no flooding a concern. here's something sunny to look forward to if you will. the climate prediction center puts out outlook that is go all the way out to two weeks. this one shows the entire state of drier than normal until a week before christmas.
so long-range forecasts say we will not be wet. instead we will be dry. tomorrow there will be some showers around. santa clara 63. palo alto 62. san mateo your high 61. 63 for walnut creek tomorrow. afternoon showers 62. wet from start to finish but scattered showers for santa rosa, 58 bodega bay, sausalito 61. wednesday showers end but not until late in the day. next couple of days cloudy, showery. thursday through saturday dry, sunday dry and next monday dry. so five straight dry days after we get through this next weathermaker which will not cause any flooding. we'll be right back.
it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. dennis hello from the coliseum arena. it will be a sold-out crowd no big man no problem for the warriors who reached the 10 win plateau. >> it's not right. when i try it train for extended periods it doesn't respond well. >> reporter: bogut hasn't been playing for a month with ankle surgery.
>> i wanted to play the first game of the season. i never missed an opening night in my career and i didn't want to miss one. >> reporter: still the warriors don't have the big man the franchise has desperately needed in decades. despite that the warriors are 10-6. they haven't been in first place this deep in a season since 2005. curry leads the team in scoring and is healthy. harrison barnes looks like a keeper scoring double figure this is five of his last nine games. alongside is carl landry. with bogut out he stepped up. carl, it is interesting to see you decided to sign with the warriors because thought they were a play-off team. this team has gone to the play- offs once in the past 18 years. what convinced you it might be different? >> i thought, you know, the
signings in the summertime, the pieces they added with what already what they had, you know, just made a good team. >> reporter: when bogut went down they thought they lost a key piece of the puzzle. why has it been different without him? >> you have a bunch of hungry guys in the locker room. no matter who coach jackson puts on the floor, we are all going to fight every possession of the game. >> reporter: you were one of the best big men off the bench over 14 points a game. would you prefer that? >> it don't matter. like i said, you know, it's a bunch of players in the locker room. i'm one of those guys. it doesn't matter if coach plays me, starts me, if he plays me 5 minutes or 25 minutes. i'm all about winning and i think guys in the locker room are sacrificing numbers to win ballgames. >> david lee is a calming influence. he called you the big boring. are you a boring guy? >> i don't know. now, i just come in every day,
you know, do what i supposed to do try to be as professional as possible kind of quiet at times but everybody doesn't have a personality like david. >> or you don't have 1500 pairs of shoes in your closet like jackson. >> reporter: not at all. i keep it simple, baby. >> reporter: but you guys are having fun? >> yeah. >> keep up the good work. >> thank you. >> we have some baseball news and it's big deal with angel pagan. he has re-signed. led the league with 15 triples. he hit below .200 in the post- season but was excellent defensively in the post-season for the giants. despite the loss in st. louis, jim harbaugh is going to stick with his hot hand against the dolphins this sunday. but it comes with a disclaimer.
>> alex is not out of this. >> right now, he is not in it, either. colin kaepernick made a series of mistakes yesterday against the rams that added up to a loss none bigger than the botched pitch that led to st. louis' only touchdown of the game. harbaugh did not pin the blame on his young quarterback. >> that's on us as a wrong play call at that time. would have loved to have that one back. don't blame the players on that one. it was too risky to play at that time. >> i don't know what they were trying to accomplish there. we took advantage of one of the mistakes. >> reporter: check it out. the road to the nfc west is looking tougher than in september. seahawks a game and a half behind san francisco and they have a potential showdown or the horizon later this month in september. so it's the warriors the magic the warriors have not had a perfect home stand since 1992.
i'm smelling play-offs in the air. >> don't jinx them, dennis. >> it's early. >> really. >> dennis o'donnell with the sports report from oracle arena tonight. thank you. for news throughout the evening, of course, check us out at cbssf.com and come back at 10:00 and 11:00. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters.
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